Tragic twist: High-ranking officer’s deadly collision with tree leaves Sisaket mourning

A tragic accident took the life of a high-ranking Nam Kliang Police Station officer when his vehicle collided with a tree leading to deadly injuries in Sisaket province in northeastern Thailand. The driver of the automobile survived but suffered extreme accidents and was rushed for medical remedy.
In the early hours of 3.30am right now, local police received an alert a few deadly highway accident involving a pickup truck and a tree. Following the incident notification, the responsibility officer, Gongsri Prachan, together with emergency medical personnel from the local hospital and Sisaket Rescue volunteers rushed to the scene located by the roadside near Ban Pueay School in the Phrom Sawat district.
On arrival, they found a bronze-grey Toyota Vigo four-door pickup with licence plate quantity three ขฒ 5733 from Bangkok parked by the roadside. The front left side of the vehicle showed considerable impression damage.
Inside, they discovered the body of a man, later identified as Police Captain Phongsathon Sokool, station chief of Nam Kliang Police Station. His left leg was damaged and there was a visible impact wound on his chest. Phongsathon’s reason for death was pronounced on the location, it is famous that he was not carrying a seatbelt, reported KhaoSod.
Next to him was Thitiphat Buahom, an officer from Nam Kliang Police Station, who had been driving the car. Thitiphat was injured, with wounds on his head and arm ache. Key -saving officials instantly transported him to Phayu Provincial Hospital for emergency remedy. However, because of the severity of his head injuries, he has subsequently been transferred to Sisaket Hospital for additional diagnostics and remedy.
Initial investigations revealed that prior to the event, Thitiphat was tasked to drive Phongsathon from his residence in Buriram province urgently back to his station in Nam Kliang, Sisaket, in response to a reported firearms incident..

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